Conference Poster Gallery

Poster 1

Poster of the 2012 18th Century Texts and Books Day Conference

Poster 2

19th Century Studies Digital Texts - Neil Freistat (U Maryland), Andrew Stauffer (U Virginia), Joseph Visconi (U North Carolina, March 28, 2009

Poster 3

Ecology, Empire and the Birth of Anti-Copyright Ideology - Adrian Johns (U Chicago), September 28, 2011

Poster 4

Ethics of Textual Scholarship - John Gouws (Northwest University - South Africa) October 15, 2008

Poster 5
Poster 6

Humanistic Imagination and the Mere Counting of Words - Ted Underwood, April 11, 2012

Poster 7

Humanities Research Infrastructure and Tools - Laura Mandell, Desmond Schmidt, Peter Shillingsburg, George K. Thiruvatukal, October 30, 2010

Poster 8

Medieval Texts and Textual Meaning - Peter Robinson (U Birmingham), Hoyt N. Duggan (U Virginia), Martin Foys (Drew University), Stephanie Lundeen (Loyola University Chicago)

Poster 9

Minority Archives and the Politics of Textual Recovery - Jose Aranda, Christopher Mulvey, Maria Cotera, Suzanne Bost, October 29, 2011

Poster 10

Modernist Networks - George Bornstein (UMichigan), Robin Schulze (Penn State), Sean Latham (U Tulsa), Pamela L. Caughie (Loyola Chicago), April 10, 2010

Poster 11

Sex, Dress and Revision in Thomas Hardy’s Work - Simon Gatrell (U Georgia) September 12, 2009

Poster 12

Stanley & Me: Text Analysis and Literary Criticism - Stephen Ramsay, November 8, 2012

Poster 13

Textual Conditions: Lawrence, Conrad and Woolf - Peter Shillingsburg, Alexander Fachard, Joyce Wexler, Paul Eggert, March 29, 2014

Poster 14

Textual Studies and Literary Theory - Paul Armstrong (Brown University):How Historical is Reading - Books and Neuroscience; Steven Mailloux (Loyola Marymount): Intention, Convention and Rhetorical Agency; Paul Jay (Loyola Chicago): Accidental Editor - How I Wrote the selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke, Malcolm Cowley and Why; David Greenham (CUNY): The Well tempered text, October 27, 2012

Poster 15

The Fate of the Page in Digital Environments - Patricia Fumerton (UC Santa Barbara), Laura Estill (U Victoria, BC), Morris Eaves (U Rochester), James Knapp (Loyola Chicago), April 20, 2013

Poster 16

The Future of Shakespeare’s Texts - Michael Best, Alan Galey, Gabriel Egan, Michael Witmore, November 7, 2009

Poster 17

What is Digital Humanities? - Matthew G. Kirschenbaum (U Maryland), April 15, 2010

Poster 18

Women Computer Operators & British State - Marie Hicks (Illinois Institute of Technology), November 12, 2015

Poster 19

Night Archives: Helen Keller and the Deaf-Blind Textual Condition - Martha Werner (D’Youville College), March 17, 2010

Poster 20

Instant History Conference: The Postwar Digital Humanities and Their Legacies, September 24th, 2016